Nesscliffe House Nursery School

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Nesscliffe House Nursery School


Name Nesscliffe House Nursery School
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 8 Longden Road, SHREWSBURY, SY3 7EY
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Shropshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding Staff engage all parents exceptionally well. They develop strategies with parents to enable them to continue children's learning at home.

For example, staff encourage parents to look for shapes in the environment with children. They also share phonics books to help parents teach children to link letters to sounds at home. Children's behaviour is impeccable.

It is promoted through positive praise. Staff's high expectations for good behaviour ensure children know how to use good manners and learn to take turns. Children follow the care and share ethos of the nursery.

The providers are dedicated to supporting children and families who ...need help beyond the nursery. Staff attend courses with parents to provide them with additional encouragement and support. Providers' also enable staff to attend new schools with children when they first start to promote a smooth transition to school.

Staff teaching is motivated and enthused. They take an innovative approach to supporting children's individual learning as they plan for each child's learning needs. Children's next steps in learning are reviewed each morning which enables teaching to have an extremely strong focus on meeting children's needs on a daily basis.

Gaps in children's learning are closed rapidly as staff work tirelessly with parents and other professionals. Staff make excellent use of additional funding they receive for children. This helps children make significant progress in their speech development and supports them to learn using their senses.

Staff teach children how to make a difference in the local community. Children collect food for Harvest. Staff teach them about homeless people and children donate the food they have collected to the local homeless shelter.